Art Of The Bawdy Song

Dorian: DOR90155

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Art Of The Bawdy Song

Label:

Dorian

Catalogue No:

DOR90155

Discs:

1

Release date:

1st March 2010

Barcode:

0053479015525

Length:

70 minutes

Medium:

CD (download also available)
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Art Of The Bawdy Song


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Aniseed Robin

Aniseed Robin

Cuckolds all a-row

Cuckolds all a-row

Henry Purcell: I gave her cakes and I gave her ale, Z. 256

I gave her cakes and I gave her ale, Z. 256

Henry Aldrich: Taking his Beer with Old Anacharsis

Taking his Beer with Old Anacharsis

Henry Purcell: Fie, nay prithee, John

Fie, nay prithee, John

Thomas D'Urfey: Cold and Raw

Cold and Raw

Henry Purcell: The miller's daughter riding to the fair

The miller's daughter riding to the fair

Robert Jones: Will Said to his Mammy

Will Said to his Mammy

The Old Fumbler

The Old Fumbler

Walking in a Meadowe Greene

Walking in a Meadowe Greene

John Isham: Celia Learning on the Spinnet

Celia Learning on the Spinnet

Henry Purcell: Tom the Taylor

Tom the Taylor

Henry Purcell: My lady's coachman John, Z. 260

My lady's coachman John, Z. 260

The Irish Jig, "The Night Ramble"

The Irish Jig, "The Night Ramble"

Thomas Weelkes: Come sirrah Jacke hoe

Come sirrah Jacke hoe

Dainty Fine Aniseed Water

Dainty Fine Aniseed Water

Most Men do Love the Spanish Wine

Most Men do Love the Spanish Wine

Argeers

Argeers

Gathering Peascods

Gathering Peascods

William Ellis: My lady and her Maid

My lady and her Maid

Henry Purcell: As Roger last night to Jenny lay close, Z. 242

As Roger last night to Jenny lay close, Z. 242

Henry Purcell: Pox on you for a fop, Z. 268

Pox on you for a fop, Z. 268

Ladie lie near me

Ladie lie near me

John Blow: Tis Women Makes Us Love

Tis Women Makes Us Love

Henry Purcell: Sir Walter enjoying his damsel, Z. 273

Sir Walter enjoying his damsel, Z. 273

My Thing Is My Own

My Thing Is My Own

Cranford: Here dwells a pretty Maid

Here dwells a pretty Maid

John Eccles: My man John

My man John

When first Amyntas sued for a Kiss

When first Amyntas sued for a Kiss

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck: Almande Gratie, SwWV 318, "More Palatino"

Almande Gratie, SwWV 318, "More Palatino"

John Church: Poor Owen

Poor Owen

John Church: Where They drank

Where They drank

Henry Purcell: Come, let us drink, Z. 245

Come, let us drink, Z. 245

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